Lehi station dropping gas prices to $2.38/gal on Tuesday
LEHI, Utah — A Utah County gas station will be selling fuel for under $2.40/gallon on Tuesday as part of a political event highlighting skyrocketing costs for Utahns, according to organizers.
Conservative political group Americans for Prosperity will team up with All about Food and Fuel in Lehi to lower the price of gas to $2.38/gallon.
The gas deal is for regular, unleaded gas only. No RVs or gas cans are allowed and organizers said it is first come, first serve, starting at 11 a.m. They’ll keep going until they reach their “cap.”
AFP officials said the event is part of their “‘True Cost of Washington’ campaign, which highlights rising costs for Utahns and their businesses.”
The $2.38 mark comes from what Utahns were paying, on average, for a gallon of gas in January 2021. On Tuesday, the average gallon of gas cost $4.91 in Utah.
Juab County had the lowest average price in the state at $4.56/gallon while Daggett County residents were paying an average of $5.20/gallon.
According to AAA, the national average gallon of gas cost $4.33 on Tuesday.
Rep. John Curtis is scheduled to attend Tuesday’s event.
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